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Deal: Save $350 on Olympus’s E-M1 Mark II Mirrorless Camera

As a quick refresher, the E-M1 Mark II has a 20-megapixel Four Thirds sensor, great built-in image stabilization, and an impressive 121-point hybrid autofocus system.

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Right now you can buy the Olympus E-M1 Mark II mirrorless camera, along with its HLD-9 battery grip, for $1,898 at B&H Photo. It’s a good deal considering that the camera (body only) usually goes for $1,999, with the grip adding another $249 on top of that. You can find the E-M1 Mark II on sale on other outlets $1,699, like Amazon or Adorama, but those don’t include the option of getting the discounted battery grip.

The E-M1 Mark II is part of Olympus’s highly praised OM-D line of mirrorless cameras. It has a 20-megapixel Four Thirds sensor, great built-in image stabilization and an impressive 121-point hybrid autofocus system. It can record 4K video, too. Maybe more impressively, however, the E-M1 Mark II has electronic and mechanical burst modes that outperform both its predecessor, the E-M1, and the Nikon D500.

Buy Now: $2,248 $1,898

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